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CURIAY COLLEGE 
-founded 1879-- 




Digitized by the Internet Archive 

in 2010 with funding from 

Lyrasis IVIembers and Sloan Foundation 



http://www.archive.org/details/currycollege1983unse 



Office of Alum. & Parent Rel. 



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\rhk 'S2-'83^'Cv^ry^^ea^book Staff ;>^ 

- fdlfor - Edward Shore '-•~,.^. 

" ' Laiout. Literary, ^Photography editor - Margaret A. McGlung 

^ P/ikograp/Ws^^Margai^t McClung, Chrfs Palie, Winslow Townsend, 1 
ji % J ■ V / Richa/dson. Bill Wallin; Rich Brot, John Corcoran. Jim, McMorris, WiH HamiitOR, Dave 
' %; .' *;" BritfWarry Covert. Ridgley Thoreck. Bart ^diesteiri. Andy Giibert.'Car! Murry. EdjShore 
¥^.;v'' # , / Michelle Shapiro. 

/^rf fc//fSr - Deborah Melikian 
; ,4r% w^oA ctone fcx?^ Deborah Melikian,: Christine Pali - j* «._•,■• 

^ J||;^i/r^ Margaret? McClung. Ed Shore. Teresa Upri^t^^i:^ "^ 

^'' Andriotti. Dennet^e A'bers. JoefDiAngelo. Rutl^^^^: 
' ^^s -^nis Andriotti, Ed Shore,J56' House, Bob Hoffn^. :* 

ndy Zimmer, -Walter Bailey, Liz Kudzma, Alen Fi-awK g, . 
:k Krach, Paul Cimonetti, Cindy Hilyard, and espdc^ljypil pCTSonell jn ithe offise - Hafer 203 

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CONTENTS 
Dedication .... 2 S 3 
Candids . . . . ( 
Plays .... 32 

Sports 36 

Misc 70 

Senior Section .... 9 

Activities 145 

Senior Week .... 176 
Advertisements .... 200 




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The 1983 Curry Yearbook is being doubley dedicated to mem- 
bers of our Curry Family, both near and far. 

* To the Aggens, George (Butch), Pat, and their new baby 
boy Luke. You are still close members of our family even 
though Utah Is your new home. We think of you and wish 
you the BESTl 

* To the ever dependable and friendly Cafeteria workers. 
Not rain nor sleet nor snow nor hail will keep them from the 
Cafe. You help us with our special needs, listen to our many 
complaints, and go out of your way to be accomadating. 
Thank you for always being there when ,we need you. 

For the memories and services vital to our small yet unique 
Curry society the 1983 Yearbook is dedicated to the both of 
you! 

With Love! 






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To those of you who have ever dealt in publications, you know that books 
are not put together in one month. I realize that each book should be unique 
but I feel there is no excuse for ignorance or disorganization when one 
deals in production. I am apologizing to any and all of you that did not get 
into this book — all I can say is that we tried. If you have any suggestions 
and/or criticisms, please submit them, the staff will gladly accept. We aim 
to please. 

Sincerely, 
Margaret A. McClung 



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A DRINK. MY LASS, IN A 

DEEP CLEAR GLASS, 
JUST PROPERLY TEMPERED 

BY ICE, 
AND HERE'S TO THE LIPS 

MINE LAST HAVE KISSED. 
AND IF THEY WERE THINE, 

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"LIKE BOB, SUCCESS IS THE ABILITY TO RISE ABOVE 
PRINCIPLE." "O.K. CLIFF, PRIDE GOETH BEFORE 
DESTRUCTION AND AN HAUGHTY SPIRIT BEFORE A 
FALL. SO CHEW ON THAT AND LET'S GET 
ANOTHER BREWSKI." 





HERES TO THE GIRL 1 LOVE, 

AND HERES TO THE GIRL I'LL MARRY, 

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CAST: L to R: Linda Morrison, Katherine Willett, Anneilen Valle, Jane Doe, Nick Griffin, Paul McDonald, Jeanne 




CREW: L to R: row I Joseph Schnleder- Director, Louise Herdman, Diane Sommers, Tracey Kugleman, Dale Kamen row 2 
Leslie Rosenberg, Richard Tritt, Shelley Bernett, John Doe 








Spring Theater Production Presents 
. . . FEIFFERS PEOPLE 




BERNAAAAARRRRDDDD. 





INDEPENENCE? 








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CHEERLEADERS 



Row I left to right - *Paula Gilfoyle, Susan Hoffenberg, Marcie Lesneck, Michelle Blanche, Row 2 - Laura Seablom, Karen 
Lynch, Nora Morrell, Maritta Quinn. Not pictured Barbara Carroll. * Nancy Meegan, Candy Tierney. Note: * Co-Captains 



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1st row, L to R, Manager Hogan, Rege. Petrone, Golden, Biau, Marchi, Tramonte, Reilly, Barone, Evans. Estabrook, Stevens. Trainer 
Cronin. 2nd row, L to R, Philips, Bartow, Hufnagle, Sousa, Walters, Capt. Dillon. Capt. Higgens, Capt. Elliott, Cosgrove, Larson, 
Thoreck, Haley. Chaisson. Wetterberg. 3rd row. L to R, Coach Clark. Coach NIckerson. Fuller, Patria, J. Martin, Hughes, Cooper, Repp, 

Trainer Loughran, Karanian. Coach LaRaia. 4th row, L to R; Miller Pacheco, Bisenius, G. Martin, Fisher, Fenner, Balcanoff. Lund, Car 

Fuller, Oliver, Head Coach Stephens. Coach Roncarati 



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— FB, Gary Glaser — FB, Arthur Goeiman — FB, ^4a^k Hannon — HB, Robert Lima — 
FWD. Kris Lopes — FB, Reggie Lcjckwood — FWD/G, Victor Manganielio — FWD, 
Robert Massotti>-- HB, Todd McKenzie — FWD, AleclVlcKnight — FWD, Willie Naser 
~ HB, SteptewSeanlon — FWD, Ect Shore — FB (Co^Gaptain). Chris So^^- HB. Mark 
Sullivan — FB^po-Captain), Artie;|efft — HB, Ket|#^g;ner — HB, SVfephen Wells -- 
HB, Sorry about no team photo guysl 







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Nice hat Doug. Is it Orange or is it 
me? We Love you and all the 
dedication and hard work that 
you put in for ail of us. You are the 
BEST! 





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Row I L to R - Sue McLaughlin, Karen Goldman, Heather Lynch, Jill Farrelly. Laura Garfinkle. Row 2 - Laura Moses, Louise 
Herdman, Debra Johnston. Margaret McClung (Captain), Sandra Haiman, Laura Pizza, Laurie Driscoll, Row 3 - Jill, Jill Sakey, 
Heather Holm (Captain), Martha Mawn, Abby Krackov, Colleen Foley, Doug Williamson COACH! Not Pictured — Diane 
Johnston (Captain), Loel Westermann (Captain), and Julie Pressman. 



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DEFENSE 



OFFENSE 



MEN'S BASKETBALL 



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MEN'S VARSITY BASKETBALL; L to R Jim Stappelton, Craig Larson, Sam Gerston, John Reilly, Kevin Moran, James 
Dimonekas, Brian Djerf, Steve Binder, Walter Phillips In front Tom Ryser Head Coach, Scott McClure Captain, Jack 
Uhlar Assistant Coach 





Poetry in Motion, 





Mike Bufano, Peter Catnerlengo, Mike Cutone, Tom Doian, Mark Doucette, Tim Dowries, ED Evans, 
Angus Fennell, Karl Fenner. Hugh Ferguson, Mathew Fields. Tim Flaherty, Robert Gilbert, Tom Hannon, 
Brad Lovitt Joe McCullough. Rich Morahan, Sean O'Conneil, Capt. Barry Parker, Paul Rege, Cameron 
Repp, Steve Scanlon, Mike Tevenan. Mike Wolfson, Head Coach Bill Stewart, Coach Sam Webb, 
Manager Mike Hogan and Tom Pve 











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MEN'S Varsity spring TENNIS; Row I L to R- Brad Pittman (Co-Captain). Sam Gerston (Co-Captain). Huey Ferguson. 
Row 2 Jeff Weiss, John Leverties. Coach, Robert Massotti, Bruce Burenburg. Not Pictured - John Fischer. Scott 
B,k!estein, Faith Decker 



What are you waiting for, Elvis? 





Men's Varsity Baseball: Row I L to R - B. Valley (Assistant Coach), R. Lock wood, M. Blau, G. Ledin, B. McDonough, L. D'Angelo, Row 2 
J. Valley (Head Coach), J. Connolly, R. Klelman, M. Cutone, J. Dimonekas, S. Akerman, S. Lewis, S. Mead. 



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K. Clarke, M. Connolly, P. Donovan, J. Gutensohn. S. Keith, J. Kllmas, D. L'ltalien, Y. Nelson, L. 
Padovano, M. Perry, J. Roberts, D. Silcott. 




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Searching for a FUTURE at the CURRY 
CAREER DAY 2/23/83 




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SECOND 

ANNUAL 

TURKEY TROT 



CURRY IS GETTING MORE PARTICIPATION 
FROM THE STUDENTS WHICH MAKES EVENTS 
LIKE THIS EASIER TO PUT ON, AND MORE RE- 
WARDING. 20 POUND TURKEYS WENT TO THE 
WINNERS OF FOUR CATEGORIES. 




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WML| 

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WMLN-FM had operated at 10 w4 

"Voice of Curry College," to expi 

signal to the South Shore. ""°"% 

THANKS, Allen, we the students of Cud 





Alcohol Beverage Committee From left to right; Row 1 Deb Leher, Lee Harrington, Jeff Sukoff, Glenn Chesley, 
Stacey Parker, Karen Williamson, Janet Berez Row 2 Paul Berneir, Tony Nowak, Joe D'Angelo, Don Aurther, Reese 
Beaton 



Student Goverment Association from left to right row h Brad PIttman, Dave Keneeson- Tresurer, William Baldwin- 
President, Guy Tuvin-Wce President, Craig Sutton row 2: Bruce Metzendorff, Phillip Bush, Lauren Spector, Susan 
Brock, Ellen locker-Recording Secretary. Janet Berez- Corresponding Secretary, Karen Williamson row 3 Paul Cimon- 
etti, Glenn Chesley, John Corcoran, Neil Levine, Karen Carter, Timothy Cronin 





Curry Jazz Ensamble clockwise: Dan McDonald, Paul White, Pedro Crump, Mark, Stuart, Douglas Koch 




Who's Who in American Colleges in 1983 from left to right: Robert Hemphill, Edward Shore, Lyndell Rogers, 
Cindy Hilyard, Michelle Shapiro, Michael Hagerty, Nancy Levey, Cheryl Deutsch, Cliff Bickford Not Shown: 
Susan Keith, Nancy Marchetti, Laura Seablom 







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Political/Historical Studies. 
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Susan Baker 

Human Services 





Dennis Andreotti 
Deno. Comm. 





Ruthanne Bader 

Education 

"If you Liave tried to do some- 
ttiing and failed, and failed, 
you are vastly better off than 
if you had tried to do nothing 
and succeeded. 



Peter Baicanoff 
Business Mgt. 





Cliff Bickford 

Comm. 

"Success is not the extraordi- 
nary effort of one, but the or- 
dinary effort of all" 



Bruce Birmberge 
Mgt. 





George Bloom 
Comm. 





Kees Bouwkamp 
Mgt/Spanish 



Elizabeth Bolger 

Nursing 







Faith Boyd 
Political Studies 



Denise Burke 

Psychol. 

"Each Happiness of yesterday, 

is a memory for tomorrow 



Thomas Caroon 
Mgt 




Comm. 

"Each of you, as good as you 
are, must continue getting bet- 
ter- because when you stop 
getting better, you are no 
longer good. " 




Paul Cimonetti 

Political History 
"Those who forget the past 
are doomed to live it" "Intelli- 
gence is the ability to adapt. " 




Mary Clougherty 

Nursing 




Pedro Crump 
Fine Arts 




John J. Corcoran 

Mgt. 

"The direction in which edu- 
cation starts a man will deter- 
mine his future life. " 




George Connors 

Polit. Sci. 

"Thanks Mom, And I LOVE 

you" 




Bennett Donalds 
Business Mgt. 




Patricia Donovan 
Bus. Mgt. 




Cheryl Deutsch 
Mgt. 



Michelle DE 
Binder 

Nursing 




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Joseph Di Angelo 
Comm. 



Pamela Drew 
Elem. Ed. 





Thomas D. Elliott 
Mgt. 



Mary Dymon 

Comm/Eng. 
"Love to stay . 



gotta go. 




Lynda Jean Eunice 

Education 

"We never know about the 
days to come, but we think 
about them anyway- just chas- 
ing after the finer days" 
Carly Simon 




Kathleen Fitzgerald 

Nursing 











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Steven Furlani 

Psychol/Bus. 

"Ready or not world here I 

come. " 



James M. Fortes 
Mgt. 




Steven Ginsberg 

Comm. 

"Today Curry, Tomorrow the 

World." 



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Thomas Giovanniello 

Comm. 

"Life is like a record, it goes 

round and round. " 



Alexandra Gifford 
Education 






Steven Grandeau 
Polit. History. 



Jennifer Glassman 
Elem. Ed. 







Brian Grozier 
Bus. Adm. 




Gary S. Glaser 
Management 




Michael Hagerty 

English 

"What is mine is mine and no- 
one is going to take it away 
from me" 

Thomas D. Elliott 




Kevin Harrison 
Comm. 



Jan H. Hildreth 

Comm. & English 

"There is nothing permanent 

except change. (HERACLITUS) 

... its been Real." (HIL- 

DREETH) 




Robert Blalcer Hemphill 

Mgt. 





Robert L. Hoffman 

Pollt. Sci. 

"The virtue lies in the struggle, 

not the prize" 

Lord Houghton. 






Dinah Daukantas 
Hermanson 



Susan Huntsman 

Nursing 





Katherine Keaveny 

Nursing 



Elizabeth Johnson 

Mgt. 



Debbie R. Johnston 
Psych 






Jennifer Johnson 

Nursing 






Suzanne Kellner 
Elem. Ed. 



Nancy Kohn 
Mgt. 





Joanne Kelly 

Eng/S Comm. 

"Of the magic doors there is 
this: you do not see them even 
as you are passing through. " 




Laurent La Fontaine 

Comm/Eng. 

"Every subject's duty is the 
king's; but every subject's soul 
is his own. " 

Shakespeare's Henery V, 
Act V, Scene i. 




Kambiz Khalitchi 
Mgt. 




Karen Levine 

Mgt. 

"I know I'll never lose affection 
for people and things that 
went before, I know I'll often 
stop and think about them. In 
my life I've loved them all. 
Lennon/McCartney 




John Leverty 
Bus. Mgt. 



Rodney Lampron 

Bus. Mgt. 

"Here's to good friends, these 
four years have been very spe- 
cial Best of Luck to all the 
Main house boys. " 



Gay Levitt 

Preschool Ed. 

"Of all the gifts that time and 
earth bestow .... there is 
none so precious as one true 
friend. " 







Nancy Levey 

English/Mgt 

"The universe is made up of 

stories .... not atoms. " 



Marci Lesnick 
Human Studies 





A Milton Hall Party! 








Scott W. Lewis 
Political Sci. 



Kristfer Lopes 
Education. 



Nancy Marchetti 
Elem. Education 






Leontine March! 
Elem. Education 



David B. Marr 
Mgt. 



Scott Matheson 
Mgt. 






Livian Mayer 

Comm. 

"Those Communication boys 
are a wild and wooly bunch of 
guys. " 




Scott Mc Clure 
Bus. Mgt. 




Andrea Mc Cormack 
English 




AnnMarie Moran 

Nursing 




Patrica Mc Leilan 
Pre-School Ed. 




Lee Mc Laughlin 
Comm. 




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Education 



Bret Murphy 

Comm. 




Jerald R. Palazzo 
Comm. 



Carl F. Murray 

Bus. Mgt. 

"They thought that they had 
seized a bull running in its 
path, but had actually only 
awoken a sleeping giant. " 






Christine Palie 

Visual Arts. 

Fruit loop fights, pineapple at 
rainy football game, jello (K.C. 
hope you find Mickey) Lizzy 
Borden (alias Roxy), the name 
game (bobatie) purple teeth, 
Annesy, Laying across the 
halls at Mayflower .... and 
the other endless memories. 
See yal 



Gregory Peck 
Comm. 





Karen Nugent 

Mgt. 

"What lies behind us. and what 
lies before us are tiny matters 
compared to what lies within 



Anthony Lynch Peters 

Comm. 

"A wise person makes more 

opportunities than he finds. " 





Jim Pileeki 

Comm. 

"I like it here at Curry. The 
food is very good. " Beep . . . 
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Stephen M. Pollara 

Comm. 






Richard Dean Primak 

Mod. Spec. Needs. 
"Live for today, live for tomor- 
row, but always live for your- 
self." 



David Pollard 



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Marita Quinn 
Fine Arts. 



Michael Reilly 
Mgt. 



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David Rollins 

Comm. 



Lyndell Rogers 

Psychology 

"If endings symbolize begin- 
nings, shouldn't the good-byes 
be easier to say? Life is not 
always logical .... HBN. 




Andrew Rubenfeld 

Mgt. 




Sharon Roberg 

Comm. 

(Smurf) "Many 
Dreams Come 
true and some 
have silver linings, 
I live for my 
dreams and a 
pocket- ful of 
gold" 

Led Zeppelin 




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Mary Sarofeen 

Nursing 






William F. Seaward 

Comm. 

"For WMLN news, I'm Bill Sea- 
ward. " 




Richard A. Shallies 

Comm. 




Michelle L. Shapiro 

Bus. Mgt. 

"What lies behind us and what 

lies before us are Tiny matters 

compared to what lies within 

us." 

Ralph Waldo Emerson 




Edward W. Shore III 

Comm. 

"Ya win some . . Ya lose some 

. . And the referee will miss 

some" 

Ted Shore Jr. 
The secret of confidence is 
not to let it turn into cocki- 
ness, . . but to be as good as 
you think you are. 

Eddie Shore Sr. 



Paul Silk 

Mgt. 

"It's not the right way, and it's 
not the wrong way, it's the 
Curry way. 




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Deborah Simonian 

Comm. 

"... And when things don't 
look so cheerful, just show a 
little fight, for every bit of 
darkness there's a little bit of 
light, for every bit of hatred 
there's a little bit of love, for 
every cloudy morning there's 
a midnight moon above." 




Lisa Steier 

Education 

"The most utterly lost of days, 
is that in which you have not 
once laughed. " 
Carlyle 





Kelly A. Smith 

Met/Comm. 




Jeff Souza 
Nursing 





Eleanor Donovan 
Soc/Human Serv. 



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Mary Sullivan 

Psychol. 

"Children think not what is 
past, nor what is to come- but 
enjoy the present time, which 
few of us do. " 
La Bruy'ere 



Linda Sullivan 

Nursing 

"If God did not exist .... We 
would be forced to invent 
him. " 

Voltaire 






Pamela Tepper 
Elem. Ed. 



Katherine Surniak 
Ed. 





Jeffrey Suchoff 

Mgt 




Kelly Tidman 

Ed 

"Yesterday is already a dream 
and tomorrow is only a vision: 
but today, well lived, makes 
every yesterday a dream of 
happiness and every tomorrow 
a vision of hope. " 





Pasquale P. Tramonte 

Sociology 







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Ed. 



"Thank-you for your presence 
in my life . . . you encourage 
me to go beyond myself. " 



Hugo Velanquez 

Mgt/ & Psychol 




Beth Wheeler 

Comm. 

"Take as much as you think 
you ought to, Give as much as 
you can." 





Karen Zolondick 

Nursing/ Psych 




Mark Edwards 

Mgt. 
"CURRY?" 



Sue Keith 

Eng/ com 





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NURSE STYLE 







MASH COMES TO AN END AFTER II YEARS. MASH BECAME PART OF US 
AS IT CUT ACROSS ALL BOUNDRIES OF PEOPLE. THE CLASS OF 1983 
COMES TO AN END WITH THE NURSES PUTTING ON THE MASH PARTY. 



HAPPY ARE WE MET, HAPPY HAVE 
WE BEEN, 

HAPPY MAY WE PART, AND 
HAPPY MEET AGAIN! 



HERE'S TO THOSE 

WHO LOVE US, 
AND HERE'S TO 

THOSE WHO 

DON'T, 
A SMILE FOR THOSf 

WHO ARE 

WILLING TO, 
AND A TEAR FOR 

THOSE WHO 

WON'T 



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DRINK TO FAIR WOMAN. WHO, 1 

THINK. 
IS MOST ENTITLED TO IT. 
FOR IF ANYTHING EVER CAN DRIVE 

ME TO DRINK. 
SHE CERTAINLY COULD DO IT. 



THE BOYS AT 156 HAVE TAKEN ON THE TRADITION FOR ONE MORE YEAR. 
THEY HAVE TAKEN WHAT THEY HAVE LEARNED IN THE CLASS ROOM, 
AND MADE IT WORK. YES THEY HAVE BEEN CAUGHT BUT NOTHING 
STOPPED THEM, NOT EVEN THE POLICE AT PINE M. THEY WISH THE BEST 
FOR THE NEW "CO-ED" HOUSE AND PRAY THE TRADITIONS WILL NOT 
DIE. 




AAWWW, I SHOULD HAVE KNOWN, THAT'S WHY ALL THE KEGS ARE ALWAYS DRYI! 



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'ARE YOU SURE KAREN?" 
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THAT'S RIGHT, WE BOYS ARE # I 








"GEE CLIFF. I CANT MAKE THIS ONE 

WORK." 

"NO PROBLEM TRAVOLTA I'LL FIX 

IT, YOU FLAP FOR WMLN FOR A 

WHILE." 



I JUST WANT YOU TO KNOW SGT. 
THAT EVERYTHING IS UNDER CONTROL. 





WOW, I NEVER KNEW THE PEP BAND 
HAD THIS MUCH FUN. 









"THE END ZONE CREW" 




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MAYBE YOU SHOULD QUIT IF IT TASTES THAT GOOD ALISON. 



ALUMNI FOOTBALL DAY 



YOU LOOK PRETTY HAPPY . WONDER WHY. 




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SENIOR PRESIDENT AND HIS FIRST LADY 



LOOKS SUSPICIOUS 



HE CARRIES AND 1 DRINK 







THE COLONEL 




PLAY IT AGAIN SAM 






CURRY 
COLLEGE 
AWARDS 

NIGHT 
1983 




ACADEMIC AWARDS 
(Undergraduates) Mar- 
keting Award — Kath- 
leen Donovan ; Manage- 
ment Award — Dana L. 
Stenson S Guy Tuvin 




Who's Who Cheryl L. 
Deutsch, Michael Ha- 
gerty, Cindy Hilard, 
Robert Hemphill, Susan 
Keith, Nancy R. Levey, 
Nancy M. Marchetti, 
Lyndell J. Rogers, Laura 
J. Seablom, Michelle L. 
Shapiro, Edward W. 
Shore III. 




/^C/4D£/M/C/*W/4/?C>5 (Graduating Seniors); English Award — 
Susan D. Keith-, Communication Awards — Beth A. Wheeler & 
Mary Dymonj Management Award — Andrew P. Thompson; 
Nursing Award — Harriette O. Butler; R.N. Nursing Award — 
P. Jeanne Vernazza; Education Award — Nancy M. Marchetti; 
Fine Arts Awards — Christine S. Palie S Pedro Felipe Crump; 
Broadcasting Awards — Paul R. Carroll, Jr. S Thomas J. Gio- 
vanniello, Jr.; Psychology Award — Donna Lee King; Science 
Award — Susan A. Shepherd; Journalism Awards — Michael 
R. Hagerty & Nancy R. Levey; Marketing Award — Karen E. 
Negett; Wall Street Journal Award — Lisa J. Fauth. 




SCHOLARSHIPS Wumni Association — Karen Carter S Jeffery Appel-, Robert C. Smith 
Memorial — John Boyle-, Jennifer A. Philips Memorial — Jodi LaRosa-, Harry S. Truman 
Scholarship Candidate — Edward Gault; (for a sophomore student); Center for Life- 
long Learning Senior Citizens — Claire Green 



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ALEXANDER GRAHAM BELL HONOR 

SOCIETY 

Donovan 

Hagerty 

Hildreth 

Hoffman 

LaFontaine 

McLellan 

Shepherd 

Piver 

Murphy 





NON-ACADEMIC AWARDS Outstanding R.A.s — Cliff Bickford S Cheryl 
Deutsch. Beth Wheelers Outstanding Resident Student — Janet E. Berezi 
Outstanding Commuting Students — Karen Catter § Christine Palie-, Out- 
standing Contribution to Campus Programming — Richard Shallies, Con- 
tribution to Residence Hall Program Board — Kevin McGoverns Outstand- 
ing Male Athlete of the year — Joseph Connolly; Outstanding Female 
Athlete of the year — Patricia Donovan) PERSON OF THE YEAR — Cheryl 
Kramer-, Administrative Achievement Award — Marguerite Major; Faculty 
Achievement Award — Marshall Keyes; Office Employees Council Award 
— Dorothy Ross; Barbara Pettingill Award — Cheryl Kramer & Alison 
Frisbe. 



YEARBOOK DEDICATION George and Pat Aggen, 
and the Cafeteria workers 













OFF TO BERMUDA WE WENT FOR SPRING VACATION 
IT RAINED FOR 5 OUT OF THE 7 DAYS BUT THAT 
DIDN'T STOP US. (TOP RIGHT) THREE OF US WENT 
SKIN DIVING FOR GOLD AND MERMAIDS. THE ONLY 
GOLD WE FOUND WAS SNEAKY PETES. AND THE 
ONLY MERMAIDS WE FOUND WERE IN THE CLUBS 
SOME OF US CRASHED THE PARTIES AND SOME OF US 
CRASHED THE MOP-HEADS, 
HEMPILL. AS ROD WOULD 
REMIND US, "IT JUST 
DOESN'T #%@$S MAT- 
TER." DENNIS AND EDDIE 
WOULD BE SINGING WITH 
THE BAND, "THE BERMUDA 
STROLLERS," AND BILLY 
AND SUE WOULD PARTY 
WITH THEM. DUDISH AND 
DEBBIE WOULD PARTY, 
PARTY, PARTY, PARTY, PAR- 
TY, PAAAAARRRTY. 

RUMBO, KENNY AND JOHN- 
NY WOULD SING HUB-BA- 
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EDDIE SHORE MADE THE FINALS OF THE HOT LIPS CONTEST. PAULY C. PLAYED RUGBY WITH THE PRINCETON 
COLLEGE TEAM. BOB HEMPILL SLEPT OUTSIDE NEXT TO THE POOL, ONLY TO WAKE NEXT DOOR NOT REMEMBER- 
ING A THING. ROD. DENNIS, AND KENNY SPEARHEADED THE ASSAULT ON THE COLLEGE WOMEN. BUT THE ONLY 
ONE CLOSEST TO WIN THE CASE OF BEER WAS RUMBO. BILLY B. AND SUE HID FROM THE REST OF US FOR FEAR OF 
WHAT WE MIGHT DO TO BILLY. PATTY AND DEBBIE HAD A GOOD TIME WITH THE YELLOW-BIRDS AND CRASHING 

THEIR MOP-HEADS INTO WOODS. CHRIS AND TRIS 
MADE EXCELLENT BEACH BUNNYS. 

CHRIS AND TRIS WERE SHOT AT BY THE BERMUDIAN 
NATIONAL GUARD, FOR BEING AT THE WRONG 
PLACE AND DOING THE WRONG THING, LIKE WALK- 
ING INTO THE FIRING RANGE. 

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156 HOUSE PUT ON THEIR SEC- 
OND ANNUAL PARTY. THIS IS 
THE TEXAS STEER ROAST. THIS 
PARTY. NOT ONLY A SUCCESS, 
ALSO TAUGHT THE HOUSE MEM- 
BERS ORGANIZATIONAL SKILLS, 
AND WHAT CURRY STUDENTS 
CAN DO WHEN THEY PUT THEIR 
MINDS TO IT. HATS, T-SHIRTS. 
MUGS, KEY CHAINS, FOOD AND 
BEER, SQUARE DANCING. BAND, 
HAY RIDE. HORSE RIDE, BULL 
RIDE, VAMP'S HOUSE OF PLEA- 
SURE. WATER HOLE. AND THAT 
#@%*$ LITTLE PIG. 



STEVE "VAMP" RAPP. DENNIS "TRAVOLTA" AN- 
DREOTTI. JEFF "THE BEAK" SUCHOFF, JOHNNY 
"RIDE A HORSE AND EAT A PEAR" CORCORAN, 
SANDY "ALL I DO SLEEP. EAT. AND THE PUPPY" 
NADLER. CHRIS "THE MAINTENANCE CONNEX- 
TION" SWENSON. BILL "HOOT AND TURNIP" 
BALDWIN, ED "LIGHT WEIGHT" SHORE. TONY 
"COME ON UNDER THE COVERS" PETERS. PAU- 
LY "DON'T DRINK MILLER" CIMMONETI. JON 
"DON'T TOUCH MY HAIR" DOCTORO. 



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THE BOYS AT THEIR 
BEST! 




IF LOOKS COULD KILL 




"I REALLY DON'T 
THINK SO, J.C." 




"NOT TO WORRY, IT'S 
UNDER CONTROL." 




"LOVE THOSE 
SHORTS!" 



'NOTHING LIKE A BEER AT NOON." 




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FOR SOME OF US THIS IS THE 
END. FOR OTHERS OF US IT IS 
ONLY THE BEGINNING AS THE 
WEEKEND DRAWS NEARl 




"SUREl WE GOT PLENTY OF TICKETS!" 





On May 21, 1983 our first generic baccalaureate class composed of twenty-seven students 
received their nursing pins during a Pinning Ceremony. The conferring of the nursing pin 
is a nursing tradition. The nursing pin is one of the symbols of the nursing profession 
which links the graduate and his/her school. The pin, designed by Curry nursing stu- 
dents, is comprised of the College seal set off by an outer rope trim. The pin is worn on 
the uniform during most of the professional activities in which the graduate participates. 

This year's yearbook staff would like to acknowledge the twenty-seven nurses and 
congratulate them on completing four hard years of Curry Nursing. 



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530 Riverside Drive, Cheshire, Connecticut 06410 







'Good Luck" 






Congradulations 
Class Of '83 

The Massell Family 




Congratulation To The Graduates 

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Best Wishes & The 1983 
Graduating Class 

Mr. S Mrs. Daniel Bloom 



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CURRY COLLEGE 

MILTON, MASSACHUSETTS 

02186 



Congradulations Class 
Of 1983 




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§ FISH 

IF YOU WANT FASTER SERVICE — 
PLEASE CALL AHEAD 

361-7070 

WE WILL HAVE IT READY FOR YOU 

!87 WOLCOTT SQUARE READVILLE, MA 



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Service Available 



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GENERAL STORE 

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For Your Location 

Well Stocked With All 
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Site Work - House Wrecking 
Equip. Rental, Crane Service, Dredging 

PROMPT 

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SERVICE 

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FURLAM AUTO SALES 

WHOLESALE ft REPOSSESSED AUTOMOBILE^ 
BRAINTREE, MASS. 02184 



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617-389-0342 
31 CHARLTON STREET 617-389-8810 

EVERETT, MASS. 02149 



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OFFICE: 617-389-0342 SOMERVILLE, MASS. 

SHOP: 617-623-3636 02143 



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• SHEET METAL FABRICATING 

• STAMPING and MACHINING 

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• THREAD GRINDING 

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THAT'S BEEN OUR TRADEMARK SINCE 1921 

AUTO GLASS 
SPECIALISTS 

We have the most complete stock within 
50 miles for all cars and trucks. 

Windshields Installed Whiie-U-WaitI 
IN NEW BEDFORD & FALL RIVER 

INSURANCE CLAIMS HANDLED 




Complete Glass Replacement Service! 




GLASS TABLE TOPS CUSTOM MADE FOR YOU! 

ALL SHAPES, THICKNESSES, SIZES — shapes 

with beautiful finished edges 

CUSTOM MIRROR INSTALLATIONS! 

PICTURE WINDOWS • INSULATED GLASS 
SPEEDY SERVICE! 

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We continue to supply your needs with the latest products 
and services by representing the following leading glass 
manufacturers as their distributor for this area 



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Complete with the lastest fabrication equipment and a desire to please 
Alvin Glaser, Manager 

• UPHOLSTERY All types of repairs, replacements and new work on autos, trucks, 

boats, RVs • AUTOMOTIVE BURGLAR ALARMS • SEAT COVERS & TOPS • 

• SUNROOFS (installed) • SLIDING WINDOWS (In back of Pickups) • 

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999-6497 or 676-0444 

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(Across from Action Datsun) 



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to President Avenue 



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119 North Washington Street • Boston, Massachusetts 021 14 

227-8300 







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Plumbing • Heating • Gas Fittings 

4280 Washington St. 
Roslindale Square 

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CAPS, BAGS. EMBLEMS 
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Everett Square Sporting Goods, Inc. 
A. "Tony" Ventura 



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Phone 387-6530 * EVERETT, MASS. 02149 

387-1284 



Good Lucky 

Graduating Seniors 

In Your Future Endeavors 



MR. § MRS. MURRAY RUBENFELD 



QUIMSOO 

QUINCy MEDICAL SUPPLY CO., INC. 

84 ACCORD PARK DR., NORWELL, MA 02061 
Phone fbU) 871-3340 ■ Boston Line 479-4440 






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1220 ADAMS STREET » BOSTON. MA 02124 « 296-0090 

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CETEBGENTS FOR THE FOOD SERVICE INDUSTRY 



THE W.C. BONNER CO., INC, D SERVICING NEW ENGLAND 



80 OAKLAND ST- BOX 323 ■ WATERTOWN. MASS 02272-0323 (6171 924-0211 



SAVAGE g COMPANY INC 

Bakers Ingredients 

Wallham, Mass. 02154 [ 
893-6600 



H.P. HOOD. INC. 

Foodservice Division 



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C. G. EDWARDS & CO., INC. 

SHIP CHANDLERY • MARINE HARDWARE 
P.O BOX 358 ■ 272 DORCHESTER AVE. • BOSTON, MASS. 02127 ■ (617) 268-4111-4112 



INDEPENDENT SERVICE CONTROL 

CO. 

8 Grove St.. Plympton, MA 02367 

Servicing Pneumatic Systems 

585-6939 Or 585-8757 

Best Wishes To The Class Of '831 







NEW ENGLAND TEA 
& COFFEE CO., INC. 

100 CHARLES STREET 
MALDEN, MASSACHUSETTS 02148 
'The Quallll/ I'eaple" Telephone (617) 324-8094 



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BARNEY & CAREY CO. 

LUMBER & BUILDING MATERIALS 

2 GRANITE AVE.. MILTON, MASS. 02186 

P. O. BOX 1 18 



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PBESIDENT 



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CONGRATULATIONS 

AND 

BEST WISHES 

TO THE 

CLASS OF 1983 

Your Curry College Alumni Association 



Kathryn M. Sardella 


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Gregory F. Galvin 


President 




Vice President 


William C. Moloney 


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Kenneth C. Bragg 


Secretary 




Treasurer 


Jacquelyn K. Bias! 


'78 


Robert E. MacNell 


Roger Allan Bump 


'52 


Eleanor S. McBreen 


William Clark, Jr. 


'76 


Richard A. Padula 


Robert N. Clarke 


'80 


Roy K. Publicover 


Allan L. DesRosiers 


'68 


Michael E. Rizzo 


Harvey 1. Glasser 


'68 


James G. Salvucci 


Katherine Sexton Hunt 


'79 


Jeffery L. Tarleton 


Jeanne T. Linehan 


'78 





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Mr. S Mrs. Lawrence C. Flanagan 



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Friend 



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RON'S MAURICE FREEMAN 



Congratulations Class 
Of 1983 



ARMY & NAVY STORE SURPLUS 

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Telephone. 617 935-1234 
Wats, (MA): 800 842-1230 
Wats (outside MAI 800 225-1120 
TWX 710-348-0632 



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A history of quality and service since 1868. 

Servicing your food needs all over the world. 

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6 BUCKLIN STREET, PROVIDENCE, R.I. 
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Congratulations 
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VICTOR G. ANDREOTTI, B.S., Reg. Ph. 

574 WASHINGTON ST. 

CANTON, MA. 02021 

828-8210 



"From 156 House To 

Making A Successful And Happy 

Life. 



GEO C, CHRIS S., TONY P., 

STEVE R.. 

BILL B.. SANDY N., JOHN C, 

EDDIE S., PAUL C, JEFF S., PAUL 

"PART-TIME W." B.B.O. 156. 



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BLANCHARD'S-MATTAPAN, INC. 



To The Class Of 83 

542A River St. 
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railroads 



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